Manual of information for members of the armed forces with mentally retarded dependents by National Association for Retarded Children.

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  • Children with mental disabilities -- United States.

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Statementby Helen B. Holodnak, consultant on services and programming for military personnel.
ContributionsHolodnak, Helen B.
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LC ClassificationsHV894 .N215
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Pagination80 p.
Number of Pages80
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Open LibraryOL5933810M
LC Control Number64066207
OCLC/WorldCa5922000

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The Manual of Armed Forces Law is administered by the Directorate of Legal Services, Headquarters New Zealand Defence Force, Wellington. In any case of doubt as to the proper interpretation of any provision of military law, a legal officer is to be consulted without delay.

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There are specific initiatives under the Armed Forces Covenant to support family life in the armed forces and for veteran families. Some policies will apply to you and others will not.

Dependents of members of armed forces. U.S. Code ; Notes ; prev | next (a) The Secretary concerned may, if a dependent of a member of an armed force dies while the member is on active duty (other than for training), provide for, and pay the necessary expenses of, transporting the remains of the deceased dependent to the home of the decedent or.

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This chapter provides information essential to understanding the psychological health of military service members and their families.

The chapter is divided into five sections. It begins with an overview of the demographic characteristics of U.S. armed forces personnel, both for the total force and for the deployed population.

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The most common ways these stressors impact on members of the armed forces are depression, anxiety, adjustment disorders, post-traumatic stress disorder, and alcohol misuse. Just like the rest of the population, stigma and lack of awareness around our mental health compared to our physical health is often a barrier to armed forces personnel.

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